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6:01. a backup on the bay bridge, let's get to elizabeth with more. >> reporter: the meeterring lights are on. they were able to clear a stall and minor friender bender. everything is now cleared off to the incline section of the bay bridge, all lanes free and clear. we're left with a backup behind the pay gates because they turned on the metering lights ahead of scheduling back up towards the foot of the maze or the maze. the approach to the bay bridge okay on the eastshore freeway, 580, 880, towards treasure island. they just cleared that accident and stall so things should start to see improvement shortly. bart, by the way, is on time.
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that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you, elizabeth. work gets underway today to fix damaged fenders of the base of the bay bridge tower after a tanker hit it earlier this month. this job will cost millions of dollars. >> reporter: repairs could cost $3 million, and are expected to take months to complete. the big question now, who is footing the bill? right now the metropolitan transportation commission says there is enough money in reserves but they want the ship's owner to pay for it. osg ship management is the parent company. it was two weeks ago on january 7 a 472-foot oil tanker hit the bay bridge, there was heavy fog, visibility was 1/4 of a mile. however, the cause of the crash is under investigation. the vessel sideswiped the eastern most tower, no oil
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spilled and nobody was hurt. the structure of the bridge was not damaged but the fenders were, made out of steel and recycled plastic. 40feet will be replaced, caltrans begins today, it should be complete in may. the search is on for two suspects in the shooting of an undercover police officer in oakland, the detective was hit in the arm before 6:30 as he sat in a car near seminary and bromley avenues. one suspect is now in custody the officer is expected to recover. >> a heated debate is expected at the meeting of the city council, the issue whether to pay a quarter million dollars to hire william bratton who led police departments in new york, los angeles and boston. he has strong supporters and critics and a history of reducing crime but some are concerned about his zero tolerance and stop and frisk
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tactics. a meeting tonight talks about arming with police officers with stun gun, a pilot program would allow 100 officers to carry the tasers and would have special training to deal with mentally ill people. the question for football fans, are you going to the super bowl? cate cauguiran is in santa clara with details on getting seats to the superdome. you're going to pay a pretty penny if you get the tickets. >> reporter: check your bank statement before you make that type of commitment, michelle. what i do know is season ticket holders were automatically entered into a raffle. today the season ticket holders will get a chance to know if they were given the opportunity to be entered or basically to
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buy those tickets. but if you are not a season ticket holder, the super bowl high could come down the moment you see the prices. we took a look at what reputable retailers are offering, stub hub and has them starting at $2000, and we stopped in the 49'ers official team store in palo alto yesterday. fans told us as much as they love their game, they also love their wallets. >> are you going to the super bowl? >> unfortunately i'm not. >> are you going? >> no. >> yeah, i wish. are you going to give me tickets? >> why not? >> too expensive. >> reporter: just the raffle for season ticket holders, odds are they won't be cheap and there won't be a lot raffled off. the superdome holds 76,000, the niners get 17.5% of those seats. that's 13,000 tickets. those have to be split between
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players, staff and then season ticket holders. the good news is it's most likely that those season ticket holders will sell the tickets, which means more opportunities for us. reporting live in santa clara, cate cauguiran, cbs 5. we've been asking what would you give up for super bowl tickets? john says he would give up eating out for a year for a chance to see the niners in super bowl xlvii. comment on facebook or twitter. e-mail us. >> i would like to stay home and have a big super bowl party. i wouldn't spend $7000 to get there, but that's just me. >> the best seat is on the couch. >> no kidding. >> it is! >> and your own bathroom too, which is a big help. folks, if you're headed out, we have clouds returning to the bay area outside. high clouds drifting overhead and some changes are in the works. it looks like we've got some changes in the next couple days here with a return to wetter
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weather outside. today should be dry, but you already notice the clouds beginning to creep into the sky. outside right now not quite as cold, still chilly and some freezing temperatures in the valley. 31degrees in santa rosa with fog. 32 concord. 42degrees in san francisco. this afternoon, some sunshine and a few clouds, still 66 in morgan hills, 64 san jose. east bay in the 50s and low 60s, inside the bay the temperatures into the 60s but we could see rain as early as tomorrow, michelle. back to you. >> thanks so much. the festivities are over, now the white house is preparing -- or the house is preparing to vote on an increase in the nation's debt limit. the president has been pushing for the move which would prevent a first ever government default. cbs reporter susan mcginnis tells us how the deal was reached. >> reporter: they had their dance and taken a moment to savor the scene. now it's time to get back to work. in his inaugural speech, the president called on both
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parties not to let politics get in the way of governing. >> we must act knowing our work will be imperfect, we must act knowing that today's victories will be only partial. >> reporter: republicans are offering a compromise on the debt ceiling, house g.o.p. members are backing off a requirement to cut $1 of spending for every dollar the debt ceiling is raised. it's a move the president has demanded. >> i do believe it is a recognition of political reality. we realize the president won the election. >> reporter: republicans on capitol hill are not voting to raise the debt ceiling without getting something in return. they say in order to approve a higher debt limit, they want senate democrats to do something they have not done in four years, pass a budget. >> for us to have a debate about spending and debt, we've got to have the focus be on a budget and what we're going to do to achieve a balanced budget over time. >> reporter: senate democrats view a budget vote as an opportunity to raise more money through taxes. >> it's going to be a great
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opportunity. in our budget that we will pass we'll have tax reform, which many colleagues like but it will include revenues. >> reporter: the house is expected to approve the debt limit increase tomorrow. susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. today is the 40th anniversary of the supreme court ruling that legalized abortion. in 1973 the roe v. wade decision said a woman has the right to abort a pregnancy setting off a national debate. today a pro choice group will hold a rally and walk in los altos, a demonstration against female enslavement at city hall in san francisco. >> three americans were killed in the algeria, seven others made it out alive. the militants offered to release two of the americans who died in exchange for the freedom of two prominent terror suspects behind bars in the
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u.s. the obama administration rejected that offer. at least one person is dead from an earthquake that hit western indonesia this morning, it was a magnitude 6 on the northern tip of the island of sumatra. a 9-year-old girl was found dead in the ruins of her home. several other people are hurt and power was knocked out. there was no tsunami from that quake. bay area headlines now, piedmont police are searching for suspects in two violent home invasion robberies less than an hour apart. the two robberies were on opposite sides of piedmont but the same group of armed men may have been responsible. no one was seriously injured. a community meeting is planned this evening to discuss the closure of a fire station in walnut creek. the contra costa county fire protection district is scrambling to cut costs and the shutdown of station 4 is part of the plan. meeting begins at 7:00 at walnut heights elementary school in walnut creek.
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6:11. a surfer in a tough spot, the scary jump to save his life at ocean beach. a dolphin reaches out to divers for help, the amazing rescue caught on tape in hawaii. the key to kaepernicking? the ink. meet the man who gave the 49'ers quarterback his famous tattoos.
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[ telephone rings ] good evening this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. look.. this is off the coast of kona, hawaii. you can see a divers in hawaii came to the aid of a dolphin in need off the coast of kona, hawaii. you can see a bottle-nosed dolphin approach a diver who notices the fin is entangled in fishing line. the diver cuts the line and frees the animal. a bay area surfer is
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walking away with a lesson after getting caught in waves at ocean beach. daniel rosen was surfing with a friend. to avoid being pulled out to sea by rip currents he climbed seal rock and his friend made it to shore around called for help. it was too dangerous for fire crews to get close to the rock. rosen had to jump back in and paddle towards them. rescuers did help him paddle past the break and then onto a waiting boat. thank goodness. amazing video. 6:15. let's get a check of the roads with elizabeth, a backup at the bay bridge. >> it's a big backup. if you're used to reaching the pay gates, we've got this. it's already stacked up through the macarthur maze. the problem was in our 5:00 hour, a stall and then what sounds like a minor fender bender, both simultaneous, on the incline section of the upper deck. that's gone. all lanes are now back open, but they turned metering lights
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on a half hour ago. usually they turn them on now. obviously we've got a lot of wait in the cash and fast track lanes, 15 to 20 minutes to the bay bridge. it's slow going up the incline section out towards treasure island. give yourself extra time, or check out the san mateo bridge, conditions on westbound 92, the drive time is free and clear, 14 minutes out of heyward, headed towards foster city and the peninsula. you can use mass transit, bart so far on time. all trains running according to schedule. let's go to the maps and elsewhere, northbound 101 approaching julian and mckee is still sluggish in the northbound lanes. here is a live look at the milpitas commute, 880 free and clear. that's a check of your
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timesaver traffic. for more on your rainy weather headed our way, here is lawrence with the latest on that. it's been so nice for so long, the mid-season dry spell, but now things are about to change. the clouds are gathering along the coastline, we've got high clouds moving overhead, it should stay dry for today but after that things begin to change. we'll see more clouds streaming in our direction. still throughout the day, freezing start in some valleys early on by the afternoon, hazy sunshine, temperatures are cooler today but then the storm clouds begin to gather. for tomorrow at least a chance of some rain. outside it's still a bit cold, freezing. concord 32, 42 degrees in san francisco. the ridge of high pressure bringing us sunshine and very mild temperatures now sliding eastward. you can see the storms beginning to line off the coast, bringing a chance of rain. around the state another dry day, 70 in fresno, 70 monterrey
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bay. things change, you can see clouds moving across our skies, and by tomorrow a chance for the rain to return around the bay area, especially toward the afternoon tomorrow. it looks like clouds continue on and off into thursday. temperatures for today will be mainly in the 50s and a few mid- 60s outside. next couple days return to wintry weather outside, chance of showers coming our way, thursday and friday look partly cloudy but over the weekend a colder storm drops in. a chance of showers and cooler temperatures. a return to wintry weather in the bay area. >> i'll enjoy today. >> every bit. the video chain of blockbusters will close more stores, meaning the loss of 3,000 jobs, leaving the company with 500 outlets.
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it's owned by dish network. colin kaepernick is the moe famous inked up person, one person benefitting is his tattoo artist in reno who has had kaepernick as a canvas since 2008 when he played for the university of nevada. adrian's customer base has grown with kaepernick's success. >> i was surprised. i was amazed by it. i didn't really expect it was going to be this big, you know? >> adrian is fully aware of the novelty not lasting forever but for now he has the customers coming in. the warriors face one of the best teams, can they overcome the clippers again? and how the harbaugh brothers are handling their sibling rivalry. and another 49'er fan photo, who says you have to be human to be a fan?
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the harbaugh brothers and their teams.. welcome back. the super bowl will be a family affair this year, a battle between the harbaugh brothers and their teams. if you believe jim harbaugh, he has not spoken to brother john since the niners beat the falcons. >> doesn't matter who the coach is, or, you know, what relationship you have with somebody on the opposite side,
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you're trying to beat them. >> we did that last year. it got old last year. >> i love you man. >> i love you too. >> we're brothers, you can't change that. >> every moment you're talking about myself or john, that's less time that the players are going to be talked about. >> we had a few dreams, a few fights. we had a few arguments. just like all brothers, yeah, i guess so. yeah, we'll try to stay out of that business. we'll let the two teams duke it out as much as possible. >> we haven't spoken, a couple texts. >> it will be a good game regardless. cbs 5 is your super bowl station. we will have live team coverage from new orleans, i'll be there with dennis o'donnell, vern glenn and mike sugarman, watch on cbs 5 on february 3. the golden state warriors keep winning against the top team in the division, the los
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angeles clippers. racking up assists, he's had ten in the last few games. a pass in the fourth quarter, it looks good. the warriors won 106-99 for their third win over the clippers this season. our play of the day... winnipeg goalie on-drej pav-e-lec gets boston's pa what a defensive gem for our play of the day, winnipeg's goalie says the save on the shot from boston's bergeron as he protected the goal, but the bruins beat the jets 2-1. 625. a multi-million dollar repair job starts today on the bay bridge. the president and first lady dance the night away, and now it's back to work in
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washington, and there's compromise in the air. if you want super bowl tickets, we crunch the numbers, how much it's going to cost you if you want to go.
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griego. frank is on assignment. time is 6-- repair w good morning. it's tuesday, january 22. i'm michelle griego. frank is on assignment this morning. repair work starts today on fenders damaged by an oil tanker. elissa harrington tells us about the work ahead on the
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western span. >> they need to replace a 40- foot section of the fender system costing $2 million to $3 million. caltrans allocated enough in reserves but they want the ship's owner to help foot the bill. osg ship management is the parent company. the morning of january 7, two weeks ago, one of their 472- foot oil tankers sideswiped the easternmost pier on the western span. the structure of the bay bridge was not damaged. the fender system absorbed the impact. fenders of made of steel and recycled plastic. the ship was empty so no oil spilled and nobody was hurt. the project is expected to last at least 4 1/2 months. the cause of the crash is under investigation. elissa harrington, cbs 5. >> thank you. the idea of providing stun guns to some san francisco
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police officers gets public airing tonight. police chief greg sur wants to allow 100 officers to carry stun guns as part of a pilot program. those officers would have special training to deal with mentally ill people. the meeting tonight starts at 6:00 at the hamilton recreation center at 1900 geary boulevard, two more community meetings after this one. 49'ers season ticket holders find out today if they are in line for super bowl tickets. cate cauguiran is in santa clara where the team is having a raffle. >> reporter: the lucky season ticket holders will know by today if they get a chance to buy super bowl tickets. if you're not a lucky season ticket holder there are other options, but they are going to cost you. we're not talking cost in the hundreds, cost you in the thousands. now, online ticket retailers like stub hub and offer super bowl seats starting at $2000, and that's the cheapest we
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could find. that doesn't include your expenses. air fare from the bay area to new orleans is about $1000, a decent hotel will run $500 a night, food, the car and super bowl supervisor near puts the cost for two people at $10,000. >> you're a student, and you got ten grand sitting around? >> no, but i love this woman very much, and it's been almost seven years so we're getting close, very close. yeah. >> a big gift. >> reporter: now, the niners won't be offering their allotment of tickets to the general public. instead they are entering season ticket holders in the raffle. today the niners will let the fans know if they have a chance to buy. here is another option. if you're running errands at costco, buying in bulk, you can pick up super bowl tickets there as well. the national retailer is offering them for $2700 a
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ticket with packages running from $12,000 to $15,000, with no club card discount. did i mention this earlier? if you're like me, the best seats in the house are free, that's in my living room. >> no kidding! >> i know, exactly. everyone can join me. that's free. >> all right, cate, you get the bowl of chips and the drink and you're good to go. >> and it doesn't cost $12,000 to $15,000. >> can you imagine? >> no, i can't. >> that's a lot of money. >> i could spend it elsewhere. >> buy a car. >> yeah, no kidding. traveling around the bay area, we're returning to some wintry weather outside, but not today. today we sneak in one last night day. a few clouds continuing to stream across the skies, most of that is high cloud cover but eventually all that cloud cover is going to make its way in our direction as we head towards tomorrow. for today, i think we sneak in one more decent day. over the bay, you can see a few high clouds in the distance, the temperature is chilly in spots, freezing in the valleys,
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31 in santa rosa, 32 concord, 42 in san francisco. by the afternoon hazy sunshine, a few clouds, mid-60s in morgan hill, and inside the bay temperature in the 60s. the last dry day, a return to more wet weather tomorrow and maybe some more storms toward the weekend. we'll talk about that coming up. right now let's check on the roads with elizabeth. >> thanks, lawrence. northbound 101 approaching trimble, traffic is moving at the limits. it's farther south on 101 near the mckee exit, there was an accident cleared to the right shoulder but slow approaching the mckee-julian exit. a busy morning at the bay bridge, they turned on the metering lights early, it's been stacked up through the maze for, gosh, more than a half hour now. yeah, expect an early morning extra long wait headed towards the pay gates at the bay bridge, 20 minutes to get you
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on the span. bart is on time, a good option. also trafficking along the peninsula northbound 101 approaching dory avenue, getting world of an accident, blocking one lane, you can see brake lights from highway 92, according to the traffic sensors. also, the ride westbound 580, the usual slow and go out of the altamonte pass, and backing up through livermore. that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you. oakland police plan to give an update this morning on a shooting that wounded an undercover police department. undercon police detective. what can you tell us, holly? >> reporter: we're on the western edge of the perimeter at 17th and seminary, as close as we can get to where the s.w.a.t. truck remains parked where the search is concentrated. we hear the door to door manhunt is over, they are
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focusing on evidence collection, police tape remains up looking for two armed suspects, one gun is recovered. they are towing a couple cars from the apartment complex. we've heard from police the injured officer was treated and released, investigating a series of shootings in this area, one that occurred on sunday, another a week before where five people were shot outside a home. they are trying to see if any shootings are related. we understand police chief howard jordan will be at the news conference at 9:30 to brief reporters. michelle? >> holly quan, thank you so much. the oakland city council will consider tonight whether to pay a quarter million dollars to hire an anticrime consultant, that consullant william bratton previously led the police departments in new york, los angeles and boston. he has plenty of strong supporters and critics. bratton has a history of helping reduce crime but some are concerned about the death sentence and stop and frisk tactics.
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president obama and first lady michelle danced last night at one of the inaugural balls, that's singer jennifer hudson in the background doing the al green classic, let's stay together. it's back to business for the president after festivities, kristin ayers has highlights of the address and reaction from bay area people who were in washington to witness it. >> they started gathering at dawn, the streets outside of washington's national mall filled with people in the cold, the crowds growing as the morning wore on. >> i keep seeing people as far as i can see. it's unbelievable. >> they came wanting to witness history. >> i love my president! i love barack obama! >> it's an opportunity to see history, to be part of it, you know? to feel it, live it, experience it. >> reporter: cheryl wilson came
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with her girlfriends from oakland. they grew up in a darker side of history. >> i was in the south when we had to go in the back of the restaurant. >> reporter: carol hayes never imagined she would see an african-american president sworn in, or hear him speak of the ideals that martin luther king espoused. >> a girl born in bleak poverty has the same chance to succeed. >> he uttered a three letter word no president had ever spoken in an inaugural address, gay. >> our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. >> reporter: this inauguration address seems bolder, smacking of a state of the union address as he urged congress to work with him. >> we cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics.
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or treat name calling as reasoned debate. >> reporter: people who waited for hours embraced the harder tone, a smaller crowd than four years ago with an estimated 700- ,000 attendees. anita jackson of irvine told me crunching numbers is missing the point of an inauguration with history and hope. >> i'm so proud and honored to be part of this environment today. >> reporter: before leaving the capitol steps mr. obama took a last look over the spectacle, he said, i will never see this again. in washington, kristin ayers, cbs 5. now it's time to get back to work. the house is expected to pass a vote on a bill tomorrow which would extend the nation's debt limit for three months, in exchange it would require the house and senate to pass a budget. republicans are offering a compromise backing off a requirement to cut $1 of spending for every dollar the debt ceiling is raised. time now is 6:40. coming up, a terrifying turn of
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events in spain, a woman faints and falls in the path of a train, who came to her rescue. the market just opened ten minutes ago, let's get a quick look at the early numbers here. our boards are not, woulding but we'll get an update from jason brooks.
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a woman in spain faints and falls onto train tracks... she is rescued just as a subway is caught on video, a woman in spain faints and falls onto train tracks and is rescued as a subway train is approaching. this happened yesterday in madrid. an off-duty police acted immediately. at the same time, people on the platform waved frantically to tell the train operator to stop. the woman's condition is unknown. nonstop flights between san jose and tokyo are on hold
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through next monday. al nippon airways is grounding 787 dream liner aircraft, investigators are trying to address potential fire risk after incidents of battery- related smoke and heat damage. tomorrow all eyes will be on apple's quarterly earnings reports, some predict the maker of the ipad and iphone may report its first profit decline in nine years. c-net's brian cooley is here with a look at what apple needs to prove in 2013. >> apple was always the hero, they blew it out of the park and we expect massive sales of iphone and ipad tomorrow, and great numbers, but are they going to be soft? the last couple quarters they have had very slight misses in their earnings, which is just not part of the story we expect from this company. what's underneath here for viewers is the iphone is no longer the only choice. it's no longer this thing that defines the idea of a smart
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phone. so people are buying other types of phones, android phones, but also interestingly a lot of folks are buying older iphones, the iphone 4-s is a great phone. they keep it on the market, even the 4 is still out there as a free or $49 phone. >> the latest model is not always the better? >> it's not compellingly better, how many folks say, yeah, i have a 4-s and didn't jump on the 5? there already massive sales tomorrow because of pentup demand but we're seeing the market saturation, a lot of folks who were going to get one have gotten one, there's not as much head room for the entire industry, let alone apple to grow more. >> do you think the decline has anything to do with steve jobs' death? >> we're not seeing as much innovation, folks will be asking tomorrow is tim cook going to bring the next amazing wow product to market? that's not fair, that's not his
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role. that it's what steve jobs did, a visionary inventor. it's rough to say, cook, you should be like jobs. he's a different person, by all indications. the apple television is what we hear about, still very much in humor phase, that could be the next best hit. >> that's really what apple needs to bring it up is give us something we've never seen before. >> i think so. that's harder now because technology has come so far, there's a lot of great players in the game. it's not as easy as it was to wow the world with something we've never imagined. >> more competition now. >> because they have all learned from apple, give them credit for that. >> brian, thanks so much. remember, you can find more of brian cooley's segments on our website, thank you. hundreds of blockbuster stores are about to be closed across the country. here is jason brooks.
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>> dish said it's going to close 300 more blockbusters this year, a loss of 3,000 jobs. dish closed 500 blockbusters last year, after buying the then bankrupt company for $320 million in 2011. that will leave just 500 of the video rental chains across the united states. going back to what brian was saying about apple's earnings, shares have fallen $200 since september. it could get a boost though after verizon reports its earnings today, activating 2.1 million new devices in the quarter thanks in large part to sales of the new iphone 5. we'll see what apple has to say about that. google reports its earnings after the closing bell today, and it's going to be a big question as to what to expect. google took the step last week of warning most wall street analysts were not correctly forecasting their estimated for the fourth quarter, because of issues regarding the motorola
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unit. apple is selling part of that -- google is selling part of that and may not include that, expecting a billion dollars more than reported after the close today. wall street getting off to a flat start, following the long weekend. right now the dow lower by 5 points, nasdaq down by 2, s & p off by 1 point, google shares down 3/4 of a per cent, apple up half a per cent. >> thank you so much. coming up later, gayle king joins us from new york. good morning! >> hello, michelle. you guys had brian cooley on, we love it when he comes here. he knows his stuff. >> he's great. >> we like him very much. ahead, the late night action from the inaugural balls and the designer who created the dress everybody is talking about, michelle obama, of course. the person who designed her
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gown, jason wu, will be studio 57. and kevin mccarthy will be with us, we'll ask about the president's call to protect medicare and social security and how google proves employee perks are good for business. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> it seems simple, if your employees are happy, the company is happy. >> shouldn't every company have a nap room? >> i think so. we want one every morning. all right, thanks so much. remember, cbs this morning starts at 7:00. well, take a look at this video from new zealand, it's an underwater volcano at white island, a popular tourist destination. steam and sediment have been spewing off a hot lake, activity increased over the past three weeks, and a full blown eruption is possible. pretty amazing pictures. a paragraph is -- a
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photographer is standing far away. can you imagine a nap room? i don't think that would be good company policy. >> we would never wake up. >> exactly. we would never make the show. big changes as we seeing clouds move into the skies now. it looks like a chance of rain returning to the bay area, but not for today. it will stay dry today but clouds will creep in closer and closer. we'll see that on and off into the afternoon, hazy sunshine, cooler, and then storm clouds on the way for tomorrow. outside right now, you can see the high cloud cover making for a beautiful sunrise, the temperatures still chilly in spots, freezing inland, 32 in concord, 31 santa rosa, 42 degrees in san francisco. that ridge of high pressure that has brought us this mid- season dry spell is shifting eastward, the pattern is about to change. flying out of sfo should not be a problem, partly cloudy skies, no delays. other parts of the country bitter cold, especially the eastern half of the united
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states, 11 degrees in chicago, 24 and snow in new york, 69 in houston, 65 in denver. computer models show clouds gathering, by tomorrow the rain begins to move onshore, light rain, maybe 1/4 of an inch in wetter spots. it opens the door to more storms lining up and coming in our direction. temperatures expected to be in the 50s, and mid-60s this afternoon. the next couple days we're going to see that rainfall making a return, drier weather returns friday and saturday, a chance of cold showers returns over the weekend. let's check out the roads with elizabeth. >> we can't complain when chicago is 11 degrees. it's dry but we do have a couple problems on the roadways. this is one of our hot spots, along the peninsula two accidents on northbound 101. they are an exit apart. one at dore, one at peninsula
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avenue. it's sluggish past highway 92 crossing the san mateo bridge, they are working to clear it. through the altamonte pass, a half hour from the pass through livermore towards 680 and dublin interchange. a lot of brake lights through antioch. 9miles per hour, through the antioch exit, towards the pittsburg/bay point area. coming up, a last check of the bay bridge and san mateo bridge commute. michelle, back to you. >> thanks so much. when it comes to being a fan of your favorite team there are fans, and then there are fans. this is the 49'ers man cave,
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taking part of matt's home in the sacramento suburb of roseville, with a 49'ers pool table, signs of pieces of candlestick park. >> these are from the stadium. they mean a lot since the stadium has one more season left and they are gone. anything out of the stadium is going to be probably destroyed or thrown away. >> matt said he got a lot of his mementos when he worked at candlestick park a few years ago. it's worth noting more than a dozen cities have had multiple sports championships in a single year, but since the super bowl era, only four. baltimore in 1970, pittsburgh in 1979, new york with the giants and mets in 1986, and boston in 2004. elite company, if everything goes according to plan. and remember cbs 5 is your super bowl station, we will have live team coverage from new orleans, i'll be there with dennis o'donnell, vern glenn and mike sugarman, watch the game only here on cbs 5, and
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that is february 3. 6:54. up next, a look at the day's top stories, plus we're searching for a 49'ers super fan. are you it? let us know, send us your pics.
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[ telephone rings ] good evening this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. repair fenders on a bay bridge tower. the damage happened two weeks ago wh caltrans starts work today to repair fenders on a bay bridge tower, the damage happened two weeks ago when an oil tanker hit the support tower on the western span. the structure was not affected but it will still cost as much as $3 million to fix the steel and plastic fenders, the work will take four months to complete. oakland police plan to give an update later this morning on a shooting that injured an undercover police department. one man is in custody, but police are looking for two other suspects.
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the detective is being treated for a gunshot wound to the arm. san francisco 49'ers season ticket holders will find out today if they will have a chance to buy super bowl tickets through the team. the niners have 13,000 tickets for the game in new orleans, on february 3. the team is holding a drawing today to determine which season ticket holders will have first shots at those tickets. and many of you have been sending us your photos showing us that 49'ers pride, and we show you best kaepernicking moves we've seen. here is brent, irene and tatiana of fairfield showing off their guns. kissing their guns. keep your fan pictures coming. we've been getting good ones. >> we had the young lady smoking the cigar. >> the 90-year-old lady. >> incredible. it should be another nice day outside, high clouds
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drifting overhead, temperatures chilly, freezing numbers inland. sunshine and high clouds, temperatures in the 50s and mid- 60s, next couple days a chance of rain, maybe showers for the weekend. >> a quick check of the bay bridge, it's backed up to the maze, metering lights on early because of the accident in the 5:00 hour. san mateo bridge traffic is fine, there was a stall on eastbound 92 that's been cleared. the ride along the peninsula, an two accidents, one at peninsula avenue, one at dore. >> frank left us at 6:00. >> i thought he was going to breakfast. >> he's probably at breakfast. thanks for watching. remember, your next local update at 7:25. captioning funded by cbs
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